Rex Stewart Story 1926-1945

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(3:16) 1. The stampede
(3:00) 2. Rocky road
(3:06) 3. Showboat shuffle
(3:08) 4. Kissin’ my baby goodnight
(2:29) 5. Watermelon man
(3:05) 6. Boy meets horn
(3:31) 7. John Hardy’s wife
(2:47) 8. Back room romp (A contrapunctual stomp)
(2:35) 9. Swing baby swing (Love in my heart)
(2:35) 10. Sugar hill shim-sham
(2:30) 11. Tea and trumpets
(2:39) 12. San Juan hill
(2:39) 13. Fat stuff serenade
(3:05) 14. Solid old man
(4:26) 15. Cherry
(3:22) 16. Poor bubber
(3:01) 17. Dreamer’s blues
(3:16) 18. Shady shade of the street
(3:12) 19. 12th street rag
(2:53) 20. Save it pretty mama

Personnel: Rex Stewart (trumpet, cornet); Don Redman, Ivie Anderson (vocals); Django Reinhardt, Brick Fleagle, Fred Guy (guitar); Dave Wilborn, Charlie Dixon (banjo); Buster Bailey (clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Benny Carter (clarinet, alto saxophone); Coleman Hawkins, Prince Robinson (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Barney Bigard (clarinet); Johnny Hodges, Otto Hardwick (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Pete Clarke, Earl Bostic (alto saxophone); Cecil Scott (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Cootie Williams, Charlie Allen ,Smith, Langston Curl, Louis Bacon, Sidney Bechet, Arthur Whetsol, Wallace Jones (trumpet); Joe “Tricky Sam” Nanton, Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown , Ed Cuffee, Charlie Green (trombone); Billy Taylor, Sr., Bob Escudero (tuba); Fletcher Henderson, Dave Riviera, Lionel Hampton, Todd Rhodes, Billy Kyle , Earl Hines (piano); Fred Avendorf, Cuba Austin, J.C. Heard, Joseph “Kaiser” Marshall, Sonny Greer, Baby Dodds (drums)

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About vintage45

I'm a big fan of vintage books,movies,TV shows and music. I encourage everyone to patronize your local used book/record store and pick up some of the good stuff. My posts are capsule reviews of some favorites that you may want to investigate. The albums posted aren't really reviews but items from my collection that are still available. I try and point out highlights of each one and let the music speak for itself. Thanks to all for checking out the blog.
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